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I looked this up and as far as I can tell it's real. Even if this is a story it's creepy.

I looked this up and as far as I can tell it's real. Even if this is a story it's creepy.

5. Hermit Island, Phippsburg, Sagadahoc County

Here Are 8 Islands In Maine That Are An Absolute Must Visit

Hadlock Stream Falls, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine (photo: Gregg Tehennepe) Camping & Hiking - http://amzn.to/2kHrMBb

Hadlock Stream Falls, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine (photo: Gregg Tehennepe) Camping & Hiking - http://amzn.to/2kHrMBb

Baxter State Park, Maine ..... you will always see moose here,  they r eating stuff from the bottom of the water.

Baxter State Park, Maine ..... you will always see moose here, they r eating stuff from the bottom of the water.

8 Enchanted Maine locations: The Old Sow Whirlpool is located in Passamaquoddy Bay and can grow to 250 feet. It’s powerful enough to drop a ship 12 feet.

8 Enchanted Maine locations: The Old Sow Whirlpool is located in Passamaquoddy Bay and can grow to 250 feet. It’s powerful enough to drop a ship 12 feet.

Park Loop Road, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine ... absolutely gorgeous!!

Park Loop Road, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine ... absolutely gorgeous!!

In the small town of Ashland, Pennsylvania, Route 61 takes an unexplained detour; a “Keep Out” sign straddles the original highway. Ignore the warning and you'll arrive in the abandoned town of Centralia, where an underground mine fire has been burning since 1962 when residents accidentally ignited a vein of anthracite coal. Despite efforts stop the fire it still burns today and could burn for 250 years. Been here!

Abandoned Town of Centralia, Pennsylvania

In the small town of Ashland, Pennsylvania, Route 61 takes an unexplained detour; a “Keep Out” sign straddles the original highway. Ignore the warning and you'll arrive in the abandoned town of Centralia, where an underground mine fire has been burning since 1962 when residents accidentally ignited a vein of anthracite coal. Despite efforts stop the fire it still burns today and could burn for 250 years. Been here!

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